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Kevin Timothy Frazier (born May 20, 1964) is a co-host of The Insider and co-host of CNET TV's Hooked Up alongside Brian Tong. Frazier has worked as an anchor at Fox Sports Net, later ESPN, where he hosted SportsCenter and a multitude of National Basketball Association themed programming (including NBA Shootaround, NBA Fastbreak and NBA Fastbreak Tuesday) and from 2004–2011, was a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight as well as a fill-in host.
He hosted "Breakfast at the Open" on the Tennis Channel along with Lindsay Davenport for the 2009 U.S. Open and acting as a tennis correspondent from the Los Angeles studio. He also appeared on American Idol.
He was added to Versus College Football Central studio staff in October 2010.
In January 10–12, 2011 Frazier filled in on "The Dan Patrick Show" for Dan Patrick who was working at the national championship Oregon vs. Auburn Football game.
On March 5, 2011, it was announced that he had been named co-anchor of The Insider effective today, it was announced by Linda Bell Blue, Executive Producer of CBS Television Distribution's Entertainment Tonight and The Insider. He joins The Insider anchor Lara Spencer.
In making the announcement, Bell Blue said, "Kevin has been an integral part of the ET/Insider family for seven years. He is one of the most respected correspondents in entertainment news with incredible sources and connections that will be put to good use as co-anchor of The Insider." 
In 2008, Frazier founded HipHollywood.com, the premiere online web site for the latest urban entertainment news. The company is a content partner for ET Online and The Insider, and offers breaking news, up-to-the moment pop culture information, photos and exclusive interviews with today’s top stars in music, sports, television and film.
On September 1, 2011, Frazier was named the lead studio anchor for College Football on FX and Fox Sports Net and will be paired with analyst Marcus Allen for the 2011 season.
Kevin Frazier attended Hammond High School in Columbia, Maryland. He went on to Hampton University. He has two sons with wife Yasmin Cader, Shane and Reece Cader (born July 5, 2010), and a son Tony from a previous relationship.